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Jay Sean talks about his musical influences, how he gravitated toward music, his parents response from creating music, his success, Cash Money & much more!
Ryan Leslie’s sophomore studio album is hitting stores worldwide November 3rd. Here is a brand new record from the set. It is the final track, titled, “I Choose You”. It is definitely that classic R Les sound. Check it out.
Ryan Leslie – Transition In Stores November 3rd
Here is a new, unreleased track from Jamie Foxx. It is titled, “Private Party (Girl U Know)”. There was a snippet floating around of this a while back, but here is the official. Enjoy!
Here is it is! The most anticipated track all year probably. Rihanna returns with her brand new single off her fourth studio album. The record is titled, “Russian Roulette”, written and produced by Ne-Yo & Chuck Harmony. This is not the same track that everyone has been expecting, which rumors were saying was called, “The Wait Is Ova”, and was heard in the background of the recent behind the scenes of a recent video shoot. Check it out below. The currently untitled album, rumored to be called, Rated R, is slated to hit stores worldwide November 23rd.
(written & produced by Ne-Yo & Chuck Harmony)
Rap-Up recently spoke with Tricky Stewart again regarding Mariah Carey’s upcoming re-release of “Memoirs…”. Check out what they reported.
It’s hard to please everyone, but Mariah Carey is setting out to do just that with a retooled version of her latest album, and she’s brought along some famous friends. After we broke the news of the songbird’s plans to remix Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel, Tricky Stewart filled us in on a few more details.
The “Obsessed” producer wouldn’t quite categorize the work in progress as a remix album. “They’ve said that it’s a remix album, but really what it is is a features album. [The songs] won’t necessarily be remixed,” Tricky once again told Rap-Up.com. “It’s just an album of features, really cool features on the exact same album.”
According to Tricky, 90 percent of the record will contain a featured guest, while there’s a small possibility of one or two all-new tracks. The as-yet-untitled project will go by the Memoirs title. “It will be the same name, but it will probably have something to it. I’m not sure what they’re going to call it, but it’s the same album.”
The goal is to appeal to all of Carey’s fans. “We wanted to do an album that was really personal, and if you love Mariah Carey, you can put it on and listen to it all day,” began Tricky, “but at the same time, if you like the hot Mariah when she’s doing the features, we want to give people that option too, so that they can put on whichever one they choose.”
So far the lineup looks promising with T-Pain Auto-Tuning on “Candy Bling,” the Southern hip-hop trio of Big Boi, Gucci Mane, and OJ Da Juiceman rapping on “H.A.T.E.U.,” and Trey Songz crooning on “Inseparable.” Tricky also revealed to Rap-Up.com that R. Kelly appears on the opening cut “Betcha Gon’ Know.”
No release date has been set for the project.